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Archive for category: Signs

   (2018.11.11)

Art. Lebedev shows what subway typography can look like

   (2015.08.27)

Useless knowledge en route to Best of Enemies

   (2013.08.17)

Every city’s “legible” signage is misnamed “wayfinding” and it all looks like Bristol’s. We’re next

   (2012.02.03)

The atrocious signage at my Service Ontario location is one thing. The fact that it is functionally impossible to get there if you’re blind is another – and it is one of only two locations in Toronto where blind people can apply for the only ID card they can use

   (2011.09.15)

The slapdash signs at the downtown Toronto passport office. To paraphrase Morrissey: “Why?

   (2011.07.10)

My curious Flickr follower, with an interest in the Buenos Aires Subte (tunnelling, signage)

   (2010.01.23)

SEGD is hiring a new boss. Could it be the “signage” organization’s first competent hire?

   (2009.09.07)

Finally. Since the rest of them pretty much do. But The Wayfinding Handbook by Gibson does not

   (2009.04.30)

Society for Environmental Graphic Design hires Pentagram to unfuck its site

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